Anomaly

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Anomaly

An unusual or unrepeatable event. For example, a stock index inexplicably rising 20% in a week during a bear market may constitute an anomaly.
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Because a zero-client application executes only within the memory space of a browser, hardware and software conflicts associated with the client PC are non-existent.
By delivering a combined solution from a single source, MasterSeries in a Box eliminates hardware and software conflicts.
combined solution from a single source puts an end to hardware and software conflicts
Because the data would not reside on any local non-standard systems, but would reside on a web page, these hardware and software conflicts would become less important with a web-based SAARMS program.
Well, Software conflicts are inevitable, especially in the multi-vendor Windows environment; and Microsoft is notorious for making outside developers jump through hoops.
Performance aspects included absence of hardware and software conflicts.
In addition, because management agents are tightly-coupled to the underlying operating system, they frequently cause significant issues such as overuse of CPU resources, leading to poor performance of production applications, software conflicts leading to failed installations, delays in provisioning new VMs due to configuration challenges, and VMs that require manual rebooting (which can be problematic since most production data centers have narrow and infrequent change windows).
This information alerts IT professionals to issues such as hardware and software conflicts, system vulnerabilities and other problems that can be corrected to improve the overall performance of the system being analyzed.

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